Technocracy Information Essay Book.
Essay & article contributions by Pam Gill - Celeste Smith - Lois M. Scheel - Lila S. Wagner - Alma Mawson - Stella Block - Bette Hiebert - Helen Marian - Hellen Spitler - Lorraine Rhode - and Pam Edwards. The scientific social design of Technocracy is located in the last two chapters of the Technocracy Study Course.
Women in Technocracy. The following 38 essay`s are a compilation of information briefs and articles written by women members of Technocracy.
This information is open source and we encourage one and all to make Technocracy information available. Technocracy offers the ONLY viable alternative to the present Price System method of operation. Click on the blue PDF to the left, in the 'view the book' box to open this book.
November 5, 2007 Subject:
Women in Technocracy.
The Price System
The Price System grew out of the days of scarcity, when trading his crude materials, or stealing them, was the only way in which humans could acquire the articles which they required.
Through complex ramifications the trading system has grown until it is now the overwhelming structure of finance, business, commerce, and politics, in short, the Price System is a gigantic structure, but still just a method of exchanging goods, springing from the ancient custom and necessity of barter.
No intention or pretense is made of accurate mensuration or control; no physical accounting is involved; no accurate predictions can be made; and no stabilization can be assured.
The Price System is simply a method of erratic exchange. In scarcity it sufficed well enough as an exchange method; in abundance it cannot even do that.
When the possibility of assuring accurate measurement of all goods and services in quantitative physical terms was announced, it was treated with scorn by all of the institutions of the Price System.
To take science out of the laboratory, and apply it to social operations was considered heretical. But now the inevitability of such development is fast becoming accepted. These interesting essay`s written by women members of Technocracy offer creative thinking in regard to science and society.